Prof. Gbureck and Prof. Kübler from the Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Plastic Surgery recieved funding from the DFG on the topic “Mineral bone adhesives with isocyanate modified prepolymers as adhesion promoters”. Congratulations!
PhD training in communication and (self)-leading: Current workshop-process from Jan. – June 2021
ZEIT Campus, January 2021: Top level research in Bavaria: The “Center of Polymers for Life”, which is being built in Würzburg, is part of the federal state’s outstanding research infrastructure.
During the last years the FMZ and the Hartmann AG had a cooperation to develop hydrogel based wound dressings. Now Hartmann launched a new product this year (HydroTac transparent) where we were involved in the developing process. This product is now also ready for approval by the MDA (Medical Device Autority) and FDA.
Prof. Dalton has received the research promotion prize of the Vogel Foundation, worth €25,000. Congratulations!
Main Post, 12.11.2020
Interview with Prof. Groll about the new research building CPL:
Main Post, 26.10.2020
Ib Holzmeister and Jan Weichhold win poster prices for FMZ at the 31st Bioceramics Conference in New Orleans:
BRAVƎ is an international research initiative aimed at the regeneration of heart tissue after a heart attack. The project brings together the latest scientific and technological advances in bioengineering or regenerative medicine such as 3D printing, biomaterials, and stem cells, as well as computational modelling to fabricate a biological device able to pump alongside a damaged heart, thus providing functional support.
Under the leadership of the Clínica Universidad de Navarra (Spain) and together with twelve other European institutions, the FMZ is co-operating in the project financed by the EU Horizon 2020 Programme with a total of €8M.
FMZ retreat in Oberelsbach
7th June: The FMZ congratulates Michaela Rödel for the successful defence of her Doctoral thesis!
“Development of Dual Setting Cement Systems as Composite Biomaterials with Ductile Properties”
The University of Würzburg plans to build a “Center of Polymers for Life (CPL)“. Rating the new project as excellent, the German Council of Science and Humanities has recommended its implementation. The new building is set to be located on the JMU Hubland campus on a 1,570 square metre plot next to the Center of Chemistry and is estimated to cost around EUR 23 million plus another four million euros for large appliances and the initial equipment. Construction is expected to begin in 2020 and to be completed in 2024.